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    SVOE Mod is Coming Soon

    This is amazing, run it as mechanical or variable with combinations of caps and buttons:

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    BAstards!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGruffy View Post
    BAstards!!!!!
    Beat you to it did they mrgruffs'y ??

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    It uses the "Nivel Chip" which it seems does everything that everything else does plus a couple of extra things like, you can measure your total vape time so you will know exactly what you are getting from a battery. It is variable voltage and variable wattage in a Provari type one button format. The rumored cost of this with all the bits is said to be around 200 USD. If the engineering and materials are as good on this is as good as what they are doing on the Kayfun this thing will be amazing.

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    I kid you not.. this is exactly what MrGruffy described to me as his first project with the metal lathe which we didn't end up buying because they won't be in until July!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsgruffy View Post
    I kid you not.. this is exactly what MrGruffy described to me as his first project with the metal lathe which we didn't end up buying because they won't be in until July!
    What can I say Mrs G, great minds think alike?

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    There are very few things left to be done as innovation, that's for sure.
    We're kind of at the narrow end now, where we are only really able to get incremental improvements, I guess.

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    Apart from ebay, does anyone know of any secret little B&M shop in Sydney where we might find a small metal lathe?
    We went to this massive tool place yesterday, out at Parramatta. They had some very cool machines.
    The one thing I was really impressed with were the prices.
    Gone are the days where only a manufacturer in business can afford some of the high end equipment.
    These days, as a hobbyist, if you want something badly enough, you can get it at less than the cost
    of a new car. I was impressed.

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    Gumtree/ trading post may have some second hand options for u mrs g
    http://sincemylastcigarette.com/bann...12_default.png
    So far only about $1200 spent on vapeing

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    Righto, declaring my build plans here;
    Box Mod, with options;
    Power -
    10440, 14500, 14650, 18350, 1840, 18500, 18650 and 26650 batteries

    Juice -
    Bottom feed internal, 3ml, 5ml and 10ml, 3ml and 10ml bottom feed external (like the surge tank).

    Power control -
    Full mech, at 30A switch, sealed.
    eGo like control, fixed at 3.3v or as battery power available
    Vamo circuit
    DNA 12
    Nival, if it turns out ok on full testing
    Kick, and Kick-alike
    Stoney Circuit, must talk to him about this, for this is my favourite.

    Atty
    Internal mount, accessible drip tip
    for CE3,4,5 and variants
    All atties up to 22mm
    External 501,808 and 19/22mm hybrid

    Material -
    Aluminium
    Brass
    Wood
    Custom colour polyester resin, including clear.
    For external atties, covers available to match body material
    Drip tips to standard profiles or custom profile.

    Mix and match components, clearly some fit more 'naturally' with each other.
    Additional design features, Steam Punk, Star Wars, Star Trek, Neuromancer, Art Deco and Dali considered.

 

 
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